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Reports & Publications

 Over the years there have been a few publication that include
 
 Domestic violence in slums: Breaking the Silence
 Manual for working with Commercial Sex Workers (CSWs) 
 Common questions and answers on rape, defilement, and domestic violence
 Information, Education and Communication materials on GBV
 

Available reports and Publications

 
  • DEMES Strategy 2009-2015
  • DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY 2009-2015
  • MAP to premises of Slum Aid Project
  • Recommendation GFW
  • SAP Advocacy STRATEGY 2009 -2015
  • SAP Approach on Democratic Governance
  • SLUM AID PROJECT Programme Design
  • Slum up grading strategy-SAP
  • The Slum Aid Project Human Development Indicators 2015
 

Acheive Reports


  • Report on UN Day Celebrations (Click here to download full document)
  • Study on the Forms, Causes and Effects of Gender Based Domestic Violence in Wabigalo Parish - Makidnye Division, Kampala (Click here to download full document)

  • Human Development Indicators (2008) (Click here to download full document) 

  • Annual Work Plan 2008 (Click here to download full document) 

  • Counselling Workshop Report 2008 (Click here to download full document) 

  • Monitoring and Evaluation Report 2008 (Click here to download full document) 
  • Performance Monitoring plan for the work place project 2009 (Click here to download full document) 

  • A Report on American Students Field Work with SAP Secretariat and Three Communities - March 9th - 12th  (Click here to download full document) 

  • Presentation to the Central District - HIV/AIDS Symposium 2008  (Click here to download full document)

  • Slum Aid Project Annual Report 2005  (Click here to download full document)

  • Slum Aid Project Annual Report 2004 (Click here to download full document)

  • Gender Based Violence and Development needs in Kampala Slum Communities. Report of a Baseline Survey among Women, Men and Community Leaders in Kampala Slums.(Click here to download full document)

  • Annual General Assembly Report 2006 (Click here to download full document)
 
 
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